Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 29, 1967 · Page 13
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Hano Frw Pwss, TtiursHy, June 29,1967 - 14 Nampa Breaks Vale Legion Win Streak ·j · - TM .... *^ Higgs Spoils Record NAMPA - Vale, Oregon's Legion baseball squad was riding high on a nine game winning streak when they came to Nampa Wednesday evening. When the contest was finished the visitors were no longer undefeated and Dive fflggs, Nampt pitcher had thrown a one hit ball game as Vale dropped the contest 5-0. Higgs' pitching was outstand- Ing but his teammates lent a helping hand as they converted six hits into five big nins. The Nampa batters collected the rapps off Vale's Tony Perry, who Is considered one of the better pitchers on the Legion circuit Bill Bruneel led things off for Nampa In the second Inning when he connected for a single. The ex-Vallivue player advanced all the way home on a series of passed balls by the Vale catcher. The third inning was the big stanza for coach Norm Hall's boys. Ron Haken and Dan Huter made it onto the bases and then Mark Higgs drove both of his teammates home with a hard hit triple. One more run was scored in the third and the final tally came In the sixth when Dave Higgs scored on Bruneel's hit. The little Nampa hurler had a no-hit ball game going for him Cubs Eye Comeback On Home Grounds By BOB HOOKER CALDWELL - Reeling from a disastrous trip toIdahoFalls, the Caldwell Cubs come borne to open a three-game series tonight agalnsl the league-leadingOgden Dodgers of the Pioneer loop. Game time is 8 at Simplot Stadium. "If we play like we did at Idaho Falls," said Cubs Manager George Freese, "it'll be like Jumping from the frying pan into the fire as Ogdeo, so far, has proved to be the league's best club." Of the S-7 and 15-3 losses to Idaho Falls, Freese said, Graham, Ballard Give Hawks Fifth Victory BOISE-- Three hit pitching baseman Phil Smith came out ol Tonight the Hawks will travel by Loren Graham and Fred Bal- his slump to hit 3-4. to Welser. In their last meeting lard along with what was rated as ----^---- NAMPA'S MARK Higgs was Just a little too slow when he tried to score in the third Inning of the Lsglon game against Vale, Ore. Wednesday evening in Nampa. Higgs was thrown out at the plate despite a desperation "in on your nose' slide. (FREE PRESS PHOTO) 'GfHTU 6IAMT DUD Cancer Takes Camera 2b ss SEQUALS, Italy (l!PI)-PrI. mo Carncra 'he "gentle giant" In his prime, the "gentle giant" stood six feet five and b k he e l l out seven haters o i n W ' raillE the tltle course of the contest while walk- Ing only one man. "I think 33 Jwrs ^ A French promoter, Leon See, noticed Camera's huge size and talked him Into becoming a prize fighter. He won his first professional match against a fighter named Leon Sebillo in Paris in 1928 by coach Hall. "Dave did an outstanding Job. We had good hitting too. Vale's pitcher had a bad night Perry is one of the best around when he Is on." club Fr[ends s l d he was su r fMin( , " eT wracked On his world's hea- deathbed the huge frame had from Jack shrivelled lo Impounds. He was known in the ring for withstanding terrible punish- a second round knockout, menl, provided It was nut Over the nexf ^ years he fought 100 matches, winning 66 said 10 days ago, when Carnera went into a coma, that death could come at any hour. But he clung to life, by an oxygen tent and feeding. Doctors "good hilling" allowed the Nampa Hawks to stretch Iheir record to 5-0 Wednesday even- schmin, ing in Boise. The Hawks downed ^"J the Boise Braves 5-1 in a con- KoJ[mai lest which lasted until midnight schater, c due to a late evening start, smith, ib "Graham and Ballard did an Huter · u excellent job on the mound,' Schaf ? r « u commented Nampa coach Gary ^^^ p Sharp. "Our hitting was good too. Ballard,' p The main thing was the hits were TOTALS at the right lime." The Hawks scored two ot their tallies on errors by the Boise Dearies, 3b Club. Coons, 2b The Nampa club was without suih, of theservicesoflheirregularsec- MsVonM, c ond baseman Rich Yokum. Yo- ^mlnd ss kum suffered an Injury lo bis Miner, "if eye early Wednesday and will Barnes, rf possibly be sidelined for sev- Myers, p era! games. Tot « ls "Gary Lawhead filled " »- E - Schlfer ' NAMPA AB R 0 0 H 81 0 -1 0 -· 1 u 3 1 1 ·? 3 .' 0 5 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 4 6 3 BOISE AB R H Bl 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 31 Nampa slapped the Welser club 6-1. Sharp said he plans to start Larry McMIUin in the mound for Nampa. The Hawks are top dog in the Border League at the present time with an undefeated record. Boise and Weiser are in abailk f-r second plane while Marslng oeouples the cellar. Record Hihmiths ST. LOUIS (UPI) -- George iMWs 257 hits in 1920 as a nrnr.iber of the St. Louis Browns is the record number of hits In one season for a major leaguer. The National League record of 254 is held jointly by Bill Terry and Lefty OTJoul, "We played badly andeverybody looked bad. You can't play base- btil like we did anywhere and expect to win." "The only good thing about that series was that they postponed the third game due to the circus," Frwse stated. Hopeful for a resurge from a 2-3 third-place record, the Cubs will count on pitchers Lloyd Kingfisher and Earl Arbogast as (heir "stoppers' tonight against Ogden. "Beyond tonight's game, I don't know what our pitching will be for the rest of the Ogden series and the following set against Salt Lake City," pointed out the Cubs' pilot. The Cubs have been bolstered by the addition of one catcher and two more pitchers. Arriving on the scene is catcher Dale Ehlers, who played hereln!966. The 23-year-old backstop is fresh from Marine Corps reserve duty. "I'm ready to play though," said E hlers, "and maybe this club will bear down like we did last year." The new hurlers are John Marten, 21, Union, N.J., and Alec Distaso, 18, Los Angeles. Both are righthanders andaresorely needed in view of the pounding the Angels dealt the Cubs. Punt Return Record home from Ame-ica last by knockouts and 18 by decisions. He lost his last fight on Nov. 21, 1945, by a knockout in the seventh by Luigi Musina in Milan. in for inzs Yokum al second base and did an LOB- excellenl job," praised Sharp, 2B- Lawhead, smith. SB- Gary Kollman led the Hawk suih. SB - xotiman; Demond. batters as he connected three IP H R BB so times f o r a double a n d t w o ~ I I I I I PHONE 466-1891 or 459-4664 TM»r, ..^,~,TT. ,, TM* *° P 1 " 06 y our classified ad. IPs PHILADELPHIA, (UPI) - fast, easy 4 economical. Charley Trippi of the then singles. Sharp said that first Mey ers Kollman: Dear- . , Stith, Porler, Demond. Chicago Cardinals ran a punt Nampa 6, Boise 8. 15 y ards ! ° T a touchdown smith. 3B- against the Philadelphia Eagles In the 1947 NFL championship game, the only time a score was ever made on punt return in title piny. 8 1 2 10 UKEVIEWPUK PU 3 GOLF COURSE OPEN: Tues. thru Sun. 9M-9PM heart' "his incredibly kept him alive. strong different this season. "We are finally starting to jell," remarked Halt, "The Mario Comin, said, however, the ex-champ was suffering Mountain Home contest will be Randy Shroll. "Randy had some trouble earlier in the season," said the coach, 'tut h« really looks good now." The win uppedffcmpa's record to 5-9 while Vale now shows a 9-1 record. R H E Vale 000 000 0-0 1 2 Nampa 013 010 X-5 « 2 Perry and Tecora, Sleinke (2); D. Hires and Haken. Bengals Add Two Gridders POCATELLO - Idaho State University football coach Leo McKllIIp has announced that two more outstanding Idaho high school football players will attend BU this fall. Dan Barclay, a ti-2,190 pound end from Highland of Pocatello, and Lowell Carlson, a 5-11,180 pound halfback from North Fremont, Ashton, have signed letters of intent to enroll at Idaho knockout in the sixth round from Sharkey In New York City on June 29, 1933. He lost it to Max Baer In 11 rounds June 14, 1934, after being floored 10 tlmos. When death came, his wife Josephine and daughter Pina were at his bedside. His wife accompanied him on the flight from the United States. His daughter flew here Tuesday. The Carnera legend ended in 1934 when Baer knocked him out He fought alter that but his performances were shadows ot his early career. He turned to wrestling after his boxing career ended, the sport in which he first made a bid for fame. Carnera started wrestling In a European circus in 1929. Teirt KARCHER MALL SHOPPING CENTER Wcki Mallea Tops Ladies Go It Field An all-around athlete, Barclay was a defensiveand offensive end for Highland while playing for former Bengal gridder JlmKoet- ter. NAMPA- Vlcki Mallea,astu- den! at Nampa High School walked off with almost everything at the Nampa Womens Invitational at Broadmore Country Club Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Mallea took medalist honors on. both days of the Invitational by firing two 40 stroke rounds. The Nampa teenager also captured low gross honors and had the longest drive of the tourney. On the first day of the meet the Nampa women hosted Crane Creek and Payette. In the Wednesday rounds EmmettandCald- well were the visitors. Over 100 women turned out for the two-day event. Hilda Lackland and Gale Bur- rato tied for Caldwell low gross honors at 49 and Esther Small took Caldwell low net with a 36. This week's action wound up women's summer competition at Broadmore. The next ladies competition at Nampa will be the Fall Invitational. Tuesday Results Medalist -Vicki Mallea 40. Low Gross Crane Creek - Tie, Bonnie Johnson and Sandy Pendleton47; Payelte- Helen Wells 44; Nampa -Vlckt Mallea 40. Low Net Crane Creek -Carolyn Kuykendahl 36; Payetle-JeanSnead 36; Nampa- Helen Bell 32. Wednesday Results. Medallst-Vicki Mallea 40. Low Gross Emmett - Alice Prosser 48; Caldwell -Tie, Hilda Lactdand and Gale Burrato 49; Nampa- Vlckl Mallea 40. Low Net Emmett- Tie, Rose Evans and Lucille Brolch 31; Caldwell Eslher Small 36; Nampa Edith lllatt. Closest to pin- Maxlne Lovan, Caldwell. Lonsest drive - Vicki Mallea. TOW STORE WITH MORE AT lOWf ST POSSIILE PtKIS OPERATED Y GAMBIE-SKOGMO, INC. THE SAFETY AND ASSURANCE CREST PREMIUM* CP-50 TIRE ·UP TO 60% STRONGER Than n*w car tint · 36.000 TRACTION EDGES Surtr grip at a Our Regular Low Price.. 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